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Dreamwever for iPad pro 2020

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I would love to know, does the Dreamweaver works on new iPad pro 2020?

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Dreamwever for iPad pro 2020

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Short answer: No.

 

Long answer:  So far, only Photoshop has a version for iPad and it's incomplete.  There's still a lot you can't do with it compared to Photoshop for desktop.  As far as DW is concerned, I'm not sure how feasible it would be.  Most of what I do is keyboard driven so I'm not sure how well that would translate to a touch screen environment. 

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Well of course you can get a keyboard for the ipad pro - ******* expensive keyboards though - £299.00 ($390.00) and £349.00 ($456.00)  respectively!!!!!

 

https://www.apple.com/uk/ipad-keyboards/ 

 

I don't think there is enough demand for these kinds of niche apps on iOS so the time and effort needed to adapt against the financial return is not profitable. I dont know what iPadOS is which the newer iPads use, still not going to be profitable enough to adapt to that is my personal view.

 

 

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Tablets are fine for digital drawing & painting apps like Adobe Fresco.  But for working with code?  Eh... not so much.

 

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Well I suspect there is nothing different when it comes to Apple - they are streets ahead and if a tablet has a keyboard it is obvioulsy capable of doing pretty much everything a desktop computer can do. Softeware companies like Adobe obviously have zero interest in porting a lot of their minor programs over as there is little appetite for them. Photoshop would appeal to a wide range of users, not so much DW or InDesign etc.

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